2003 JBA Falcon TSR
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Historics Windsorview Lakes 17th July 2021 Sale
17th Jul 2021
2003 JBA Falcon TSR
JBA Motors was a company based in Norwich that makes the JBA Falcon. The company was originally named JBA Engineering and the name came from the first letter of the surnames of the three partners who founded the firm, Kenneth Glyn Jones, John Barlow and David George Ashley. They were all engineers at British Leyland. John Barlow later left the company and it was run by Ken Jones and Dave Ashley until 2004. Sadly, the company went into administration in 2007. Originally registered in April 2003 this JBA is fitted with a 2.0 litre Ford Pinto engine. The twin choke Weber carburettor and attractive power to weight ratio ensures this is an open top car that offers brisk performance. A five-speed gearbox makes driving on longer journeys more comfortable and the wet weather gear helps as we all know the British weather can be a little unpredictable at times. Having covered only 2,700 miles since 2017 and used very little of late, it is recommended a service be carried out on this Falcon prior to use. Supplied with a V5C registration document together with a current MoT test certificate valid until 23 rd March 2022 and a number of invoices. A great way to enjoy exciting open top motoring for a relatively modest outlay.
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